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Suresh Naidu – Phenotyping

Suresh Naidu Research Technician Research Work: Monitoring physiological experiments in the field, LeasyScan.

M. Srikanth – Modelling

M. Srikanth Research Technician Research Work Monitoring physiological experiments in the field, LeasyScan, and glasshouse in cereals   srikanthmallayee@gmail.com

Ms. M. Tharanya – Core of GEMS

Dr. M. Tharanya Dr. Tharanya Murugesan is a DST-SERB National Post-Doctoral Fellow, working on low phosphorus adaptation in Foxtail Millet. Previously, she was an Associate Scientist working on phenotyping of sorghum and pearl millet diversity panels for water use and crop production-related traits. During her Ph.D., she focused on “Contribution of water-saving traits for drought … Continue reading Ms. M. Tharanya – Core of GEMS

Mr. Sivasakthi Kaliamoorthy – Core of GEMS

Dr. Sivasakthi Kaliamoorthy   Dr. Sivasakthi Kaliamoorthy is an Associate Scientist, working on phenotyping of sorghum and pearl millet diversity panels for water use and agronomy related traits under well water and water-stressed conditions using lysimeteric facility. Previously, he was a Research Fellow working on phenotyping of stay-green chickpea for water use and agronomical traits. … Continue reading Mr. Sivasakthi Kaliamoorthy – Core of GEMS

DST-Early Career Research Award- Derivation of algorithms for automated and accelerated phenotyping using high throughput phenotyping platform-Leasy scan, to understand and enhance environmental adaptations in sorghum

Leasy scan-high throughput phenotyping for canopy size and structure components: derivation of algorithms for Sorghum plays an important role in ensuring food and fodder security for millions of rural families in the semi-arid tropics. Breeding for improved varieties for water-limited environments has been slow, especially in developing countries, mostly because of the highly unpredictable environments … Continue reading DST-Early Career Research Award- Derivation of algorithms for automated and accelerated phenotyping using high throughput phenotyping platform-Leasy scan, to understand and enhance environmental adaptations in sorghum

ICRISAT Modelling

Crop Modelers Dr Peter Carberry Peter Carberry is an Australian national. He received his PhD in Agriculture from the University of Sydney. Before joining ICRISAT, Peter was Chief Research Scientist and Partnership Leader (CSIRO-DFAT Africa Food Security Initiative), Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO), Australia. His expertise is in crop physiology and in the … Continue reading ICRISAT Modelling

PHENOSPEX’s next blow in plant phenotyping

PHENOSPEX just accomplished a new installation at ICRISAT in Central India and upgraded ICRISATs semi-field LeasyScan phenotyping platform with 1.500 gravimetric FieldScale modules, to asses transpiration dyanmics of each plant in high resolution.

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